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saw the program from greenwich and she saw that you had a medallion with a monkey's face on it and she knew that she had this in the cupboard. so she said, would i bring it along today. appraiser: wonderful stuff, isn't it? woman: yes. appraiser: it's very fortuitous because i think looking around it might even be called divine intervention... woman: yes, it could. appraiser: ...because this is exactly the bowl that i was talking about. this is the very same face that was on that medallion. it had been cut out of a bowl like this. and it's called madagascar. and you've not gotten one monkey you've got 12 monkeys. i say monkeys, i think lemurs come from madagascar, so... but this is obviously the work of renÉ lalique. now, i have to say that the pendant was in a mount that was not made by lalique. so somebody had actually you know sort of put a stamp on there somewhat illegally. but there's nothing illegal about this. but there is one thing missing and that is the lalique mark. i mean, i've looked everywhere in every nook and cranny and it's not there. i
, greenwich, get fired up! >> runners, set! [ starting pistol fires ] >> but this is not your typical race. it's a community fundraising event. it's organized to a great extent by teens. >> i'm here to help out at save the children, and they're a really remarkable organization. and they raise funds to support different programs -- education, health programs -- all over the world to help children and make them healthier. >> every year in greenwich, connecticut, members of the teen council of save the children put on their running shoes and roll up their sleeves. >> the teens volunteer, and they help along the road, and the teens also run the race. and they help some of the younger children run, as well, and they encourage. and some of the teens are here cheerleading. >> the teens say they volunteer to help out because they appreciate how lucky they are to live in america. >> we've all been given opportunities that a lot of kids around the world have not been, and i think i'd be remiss if i were to sort of squander that opportunity, to not help others achieve the same potential and get the same
in greenwich. the actors were singing live, as opposed to mining and recording at a later date, which is the norm. it has since been praised by critics and recognized by others. >> it was a huge team of people involved. over 1000 people involved in the studios in london. >> two danes have been trusted. helen mirren for playing out for hitchcock's long-suffering wife, and judy-for her role in sky fall -- and judy bench for her role in sky. >> you've got to love judy dench. that brings the program to a) at thank you for watching -- that brings the program to a close. thank you for watching. >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. zte. and union bank. >> bringing you closer -- zte. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic decisions. we offer expertise and tailored solutions in a wide range of industries. what can we do for you? >> "bbc world news" was prese
might need to go to the national maritime museum to greenwich to try and start authenticating it, that would be a good place to go. we are talking of at least £40,000 to £50,000. >> woman: right. >> appraiser: there are very very fanatical collectors of nelsoniana. >> woman: i know, yeah. >> appraiser: and something of such importance as this is a very, very special object indeed. so you've really made my day... >> woman: good. >> appraiser: ...by bringing this along. thank you so much. >> woman: thank you.
. >> if you think the stone wall riot in a gay brash in greenwich village can be traced all the way back to bunker hill and the founding fathers you don't read what the founding fathers believed or say. >> let's play another bite of the president. excuse me. let's play another bite of at the present time, a living document. >> the president alluded frequently to the u.s. constitution. the nation's founding document. one that the president made clear is not set in stone. >> we have always understood that when times change, so must we. that fidelity to our founding principles requires new responses to new challenges. being true to our founding documents does not require us to agree on every contour of life. it does not mean we all define liberty inexactly the same way. or follow the same precise path to happiness. progress does not compel us to settle centuries long debate about the role of government for all-time, but it does require us to act in our time. >> question. given this passage is there any doubt in your mind that president obama's view is that the u.s. constitution is antiquate
. >> stonewall rights the flashpoint of gay rights movement. >> it's a barroom brawl in greenwich village in 1969. does it belong in the presidential inaugural. >> jon: from the losing side of history i'm pat buchanan. [ laughter ] let's laugh it up, ladies and gentlemen with closing arguments. >> i was amazed at beautifully he articulated a progressive vision of america. >> the most partisan and divisive inaugural address. >> do you know who the designer was on that? >> i do, anderson. >> all that rhetorical affects that he has the poetry. >> it was not really poetry it was prose. >> can you tell me about the gown. hi, ann. this is -- this is remarkable that four years later she would choose jason wu again. [ laughter ] >> jon: oh, it's remarkable all right. once again is what is more remarkable to me is how even when articulating his most liberal ideal how different actual barack obama is from the bizarro boogieman empty chair obama who lives only in the minds of his opponents. >> president obama who is an avowed secularist. >> going after the guns. >> taking away guns. attacking christians who
and your own way, the way of greenwich country day. to just relax and take your ease and never order chat me. [laughter] clinton is a very bad name. i have often said that clinton is the orange of american presidents. in bill clinton's second term, during the unpleasantness, remember when hillary clinton was said to be taking the lead. she was going to appear on the today program in every thing. i wanted to a palm and so is forced to use what we saw her mid-name. i do think we use that name of origin or slave name. and so it's up to our misurata to prove those white house is that. it's like to face to show that it is just gomorrah. [laughter] obama jokes about having a funny name, but it was a pretty good name to ryan. unfortunate you step on the rhymes with osama bin laden. yokohama, slap your mama. so i get worried when they start talking about presidential candidates. i did a similar book to this in 2008 call deciding the next decider come a long, i think -- we shouldn't be afraid of the word epic. interrupted by other poems. this is the same sort of book, except it has a little pro-se
. c-span: he called you once? >> guest: chet? c-span: you're in your apartment in greenwich village. >> guest: i was in my $75-a-week apartment in greenwich village and the phone rang one night and it was huntley and his wife, tippy. they asked if i was interested -- they didn't order me to -- they asked if i was interested in doing a story on a friend of theirs who was in the white house scholars program, which i believe was just starting at that time. c-span: you were at local wnbc at that time? >> guest: that's right. just the sound of the voice on the telephone terrified me and she said, "well, i've got all this material here. why don't i just come down and deliver it to your apartment?" i thought, "oh, my god!" i lived in a real garret. i mean, i lived in a real bohemian rat trap. here was the wife of america's most famous broadcaster coming down to deliver this stuff. i just tore around trying to make it all nice, and we did the story eventually and he was terrific. he pushed me very much, encouraged me. he wanted me to go to vietnam, wanted me to cover politics. c-span: howar
an arsenal of weapons, capable of massive destruction in their greenwich village, apartment. >> they had a terrorists encyclopedia. they had improvised and modified firearms. a do-it-ourself sub machine gun. >> reporter: police had been investigating him for credit card fraud when they received a tip from a couple they invited into the apartment. when police went to investigate, a shocking discovery. seven grams of a chemical called hmtb, a powerful explosive used in bombmaking. so unstable and dangerous, the entire building had to be evacuated saturday. police also seized a flare launcher, a sawed-off shotgun with dozens of shells, nine rifle magazines and various how-to manuals on building bombs and booby traps. >> my best professional guess is that, they are just two very drug-addicted, delusional people that got into this sort of way of thinking of, it's sort of us against the world. >> reporter: so far, potential targets or a motive have not been determined. and police say the couple have no known links to any terrorist organizations. >> we spoke to aaron green's lawyer. he has ente
at their greenwich village apartment, they found a cache of bomb making materials and handwritten notebooks containing chemical formulas. one of the manuals have a cover page that read the terrorist's li encyclopedia. >>> scientists put into the launch of a long-range rocket last month. kim says that improving living standards is the most important task for 2013. he called for the development of more advanced weapons. >> hugo chavez spent the holiday with his daughters in havana according to a tweet from chavez's son-in-law. he wrote compatriots don't believe ill-mentioned rumors. chavez has not been seen this public nor heard from in weeks. he admitted chavez suffered complications after surgery in cuba. his fourth operation in 18 months. >>> for the first time in 50 years, d.c.'s homicide rate is expected to fall below 100. as of yesterday afternoon, there were 88 homicides in the district. 20 fewer than 2011. that's far below the nearly 500 reported in the laid '80s and early '90s. even with all the progress, tommy wells tells news 4 he's concerned the police department and its union hav
was 18 i left and gave up all the creature comforts. >> reporter: it was 1948. albee came here greenwich village new york a place where he could thrive as an artist and as a person who is openly gay. >> why would i keep it a secret? it's my nature. >> reporter: did you run up against any barriers because of that? >> are you kidding? of course. >> reporter: so that's why you might want to hide it. >> yes. i'm not embarrassed by it. i'm not ashamed of it. why should i go along with people who are idiotic. >> reporter: his relationship with his parents was one he struggled to understand. did you try to reconcile? >> not with my adoptive father. he died before i could. and my mother adoptive mother started growing old so i was a dutiful son. but i don't think we ever really related to each other. >> reporter: it seems she was quite proud of you. >> she was quite proud of edward albee. >> reporter: edward albee not you? >> edward albee the well known play rieght. she liked that a lot. >> reporter: while albee didn't find parental love he did find romantic love with sculptor ron thomas. thomas
their apartment in greenwich village they found explosive material called hmtd and chemicals used to make it along with two shotguns, a flair gun, and high capacity magazines. >> hmtd is extremely volatile. and that's why the building was evacuated and -- put on note because of the ability of this to just go off at any given time. >> as shocking, the suspects come from successful families. aaron green's father is a successful business owner. morgan's dad is a well-known doctor who owns the building where the two lived rent free. green's lawyer declined to comment. a law enforcement source says the two met in rehab and that her family believes green was the instigator. what appears to have been going on? >> we're still trying to determine precisely what was going on. but obviously the biggest cause for concern was the explosive. >> hmtd is a signature al qaeda dom-making material. it was used successfully in the 2005 london subway bombing attack. convicted new york city subway plotter tried to use it but had trouble making it. >> it's a highly unstable bomb making element that is so unstable that t
in their greenwich apartment. >> they had a sawed off 12 gage shotgun and over and under ruger shotgun and 60 shotgun shells. >> according to her facebook page glideman attended the dalton prep school and studied at nyu. green has a different pedigree. serving time for a 2005 assault conviction. he was arrested in february for possession of a semi automatic rifle, heroin and prescription drugs. to confront the illicit demands drug manufacturers changed the formula of oxycontin pills making them harder to abuse. >> so i tried the heroin and after that my life literally just like revolved around getting high off heroin and how i was going to get money. nothing matter ared but how i was going to get dope for the day and that is all that was important to me. >> you were a full-blown junkie and there is a physical need you have to have dope in order to feel straight. >> absolutely a 21st is century heroin epidemic. the new jersey governor established a task force. >> bryan of day top new jersey is treating the addicted teens and many others. >> it seems from listening to the kids that oxycontin has create
, not typical reading for greenwich village. >> not something you examine the to read while pregnant. >> neighbors and relatives knew them as excited about having this child and say they were surprised. >> seth doane, thank you. >>> this morning the federal aviation administration is ordering more than 100 older boeing 737s to be checked for cracks or holes in the fuselage. most of the planes are flown by southwest airlines. cbs news travel editor peter greenburg is with us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anthony. >> what exactly is the faa ordering and what's prompted them to do this in. >> let's go back to history. the first wake-up call in 19 8, the aloha airlines the flight attendant sucked to her death, seven injuries we've got to look at the way the planes are made because they're high cycle planes. they fly a lot of takeoffs and landings. cycle is a takeoff and landing. every time you cycle the plane you are pressurizing the fuselage and depressurizing and that can lead to petite cracks and rupture in the skin. the baltimore to nashville, made
thought about what theme i hoped my daughters of bringing kind. my daughters grew up in greenwich village. i realized he was despite all evidence to the contrary, you're being raised in kansas city. so yeah, i think we grow up has a lot of influence. >> do you do any poems about politicians who are no longer resides? what was your father's and your thoughts on harry truman? >> well, my father, although i'm not sure ever heard my father say this about harry truman, but almost everybody my father's age when harry truman's name came up said that he had bought a tie from harry truman's haberdashery on 10th and baltimore. i said in a column once that everybody said that actually had but a tie, clifton daniel would be married to the daughter of the cabal king of western missouri. i think my father, like a lot of people in kansas city by harry truman was a pendergast regular sorting machine guy and underrated him. i actually interviewed harry truman when i was in college months trying out for the paper and i was home for spring vacation and the library hadn't started yet, so he was in one of tho
-americans marching for african-americans. stonewall the gay bar in greenwich village violent. seen as the birthplace of the gay rights movement. >> here we have a black man being reinaugurated. his hand resting on lincoln's bible. his hand in turn resting on martin luther king's bible. that's a very stirring site. but this nation has made great progress in those issues. i felt this speech had echos of something that could have been written 50 years ago. >> this was only the second time a public inaugural was held on dr. king's birthday. the first time was in 1997 for president clinton's second inaugural. shep? >> shepard: james rosen here in d.c. tonight. james, thank you. some breaking news just coming in to us and a live look at denver international airport from our afilm i can't tell kdav there we're told that southwest airlines jet had to abort takeoff toted when a warning signal went off. officials there say that the jet had what they call hot brakes and ended up blowing three tires. the warning signal was a fire indication but there was no fire on board. 137 passengers and five crew members th
in greenwich village in 1969 when the cops hassled the gays in the bar and threw them out. does that belong in a presidential inaugural? >> i thought, one thing he has been -- i mean, he speaks beautifully, inspires people. i thought he wasn't interested in his own speech. i don't think he sold it. i thought he just read it to us. i was actually quite surprised because whether you agree with him politically or not, he can just sort of. he can dazzle everybody when he speaks, but i thought he was disinterested in his own speech. >> i think sometimes the president -- sometimes the president tries and does take his sort of up the mountain top, but i think again, talking about dickerson speaking his mind. what came out of this speech by the president is a deeply partisan man who has decided look, i'm trying to work with these characters, i can't do it and now we're going to the mattresses on one issue after another, global warming, gun control, you name it and i'm going to do battle with them. if i lose at least history will say i fought these battles and history is on my side and going to win
a clock and a recording device. and a recording. it is, yes. and it was kept accurate to the greenwich time service automatically. there is one other thing i could tell you about this, which is there's a little story attached to it. now, we used to have this running permanently at the museum, and it kept very good time as one would expect, and then i went in one day and i was looking at it and i could hear this knocking noise coming from inside it. it was almost like there was somebody in it trying to get out. and i went over to it and i watched it and as i watched it this motor, which runs it, just shuddered to a halt and the whole thing just stopped dead. and i couldn't get it working again. well, okay these things happen; i was gonna repair it. but a few days later i learnt that that was the day the pat simmons had died. so the clock actually did stop the very day she died, and it took a lot of work to get it going again. so it's the old thing about grandfather's clock, isn't it you know, it stops dead when the old man dies, and is just seemed that it did
belonged to a young couple living in a high-end apartment in greenwich village. the couple are in police custody. they've been charged with felony possession of an explosive with intent to use. susan candiotti is "outfront" with their story. >> it's not the kind of activity you'd expect in an apartment in a posh section of manhattan, but when police raided their apartment, they found explosive material called hmtd and chemicals used to make it along with two shotguns, a flare gun and high capacity magazines. >> hmtd is extremely vulnerable and that's why the building was evacuated and -- put on note because of the able thety of this to just go off at any given time. >> as shocking, the suspects come from successful families. aaron green's father is a successful business own er. morgan's dad is a well-known doctor who owns the build wrg the two lived rent free. a law enforcement source says the two met in rehab and that her family believes green was the instigator. what appears to have been going on? >> we're still trying to determine precisely, but the biggest cause for concern was the e
and a terrorist encyclopedia in their apartment. police searched the couple's greenwich village home and say they found a highly explosive white powder that is used to make bombs. they also found a sawed-off shotgun, a replica of a grenade launcher and books on how to make bombs. the 27-year-old woman was pregnant when she was arrested and she gave birth in custody. >> wow. >>> 5:40 now. a new year means less change in all our pockets. we'll tell you about the bay area cities taking a bigger bite every time you're at the register. >> catchers braving those cold, cold weather temperatures down in pasadena. they are getting ready for the rose parade. a live preview of the flowered floats in pasadena coming up. ,, let's say you want to get ahead in your career. how do you get from here... to here? at university of phoenix we're moving career planning forward so you can start figuring that out sooner. ln fact, by thinking about where want your education to lead, while you're still in school, you might find the best route... leads somewhere you weren't even looking. let's get to work. chances are
as it does to a 65-year-old hedge fund manager in greenwich, connecticut. but too many conservatives don't get that. they haven't gotten it. so we've got to be a big tent party but at the same time we've got to at least understand the basics of what we believe and that what we believe does apply whether you're a latino voter like you said, or, you know, a conservative republican in the northeast. >> i hate to keep coming back to reagan, joe. i cut my teeth, i worked for him in the first term. i regard myself to this day as a reagan republican, reagan conservative. joe, the point i'm trying to make. it should be an opportunity based party. it should be an inclusive party. but the party of economic growth. the party of giving you opportunities to build yourself up to pull yourself up the ladder and have social mobility so the lousy job becomes a better job becomes you own the store now you own real estate. you know what i'm talking about. i hear self deportation. i don't know what that means but it was ugly. >> yeah. i don't hear that type of optimism. i also hear too often people constant
to others out there. she made that sign in greenwich village, when she did that, she later thought the screaming and cheering she heard from the crowd, as she went down the parade route. she thought the cheers were for the famous dr. benjamin spock, who marched behind her in the parade. but as the cheering people screamed and crowded around her she realized the cheering and screaming was for her. as we marched in the parade, she realized, so many people came up and cried for her and others in the route. she said she got calls after calls, calls from parents of other gay kids who just wanted themselves to talk with her. and in 1973, she put together the first meeting. she marched alone in 1972, formed the group in 1973. and by 1978, jean man fred found herself unwittingly the leader of a movement. >> the most important thing is love and understanding. and of course, when the parents come, they're full of guilt. there is shame, they don't want to tell the neighbors. and we try to relax them. we can understand their initial surprise. and -- but we try to let them know that homosexuali
was sipping cocktails in connecticut. >> i was actually at a fundraiser in greenwich, and i met a man running for congress. and he told me about a documentary filmmaker, nick verbitsky, who had been collecting a lot of interviews from bear stearns employees. >> so i go out and i find a borrower, and i lend this borrower $100,000... >> i actually had a friend who put me in touch with a couple of people who ended up in the film-- people that worked at emc mortgage, which is bear's mortgage conduit, is really the factory floor of their entire mortgage operation. >> the problem with due diligence is it's very costly. >> we went through about three to four hours of multiple whistleblower tape detailing a massive fraud at the highest level inside of bear stearns against its own clients. >> narrator: buhl wrote a story for the atlantic monthly's website featuring two bear stearns insiders verbitsky had interviewed. >> and the first call i got after that story came out was from a few lawyers that wanted to meet our whistleblowers. and they were representing a group of mortgage insurers called monolin
, a sa d sawed-off shotgun. when police arrived at their greenwich village apartment, they found a cache of bomb making materials and handwritten notebooks containing chemical formulas. one of the manuals had a cover page that read the terrorist's encyclopedia. >>> protesters in india spent their new year's day on the rape and death of a woman. they're demanding the death penalty for five men and one teen detained in her death. two weeks ago, the woman was severely beaten, raped and then thrown off a moving bus. >>> she later died from her injuries. the men will likely face murder charges later this week. >>> police in oregon say it may be a month or more before investigators decide whether to file charges in a deadly tour bus crash. the charter bus lost control on the icy highway, crashed through a guardrail and down a 100-foot embankment over the weekend. nine people died. more than 20 others hurt. that bus was on its way back to canada after a trip to las vegas. >>> the federal aviation administration wants more details inspections of older boeing 737 jets. the agency says it will cos
was shot here in greenwich. the actors were singing live as opposed to mining and recording at a later date, which is the norm. it has since been praised by critics and recognized by others. >> it was a huge team of people involved. over 1000 people involved in the studios in london. >> two danes have been trusted. helen mirren for playing out for hitchcock's long-suffering wife, and judy-for her role in sky fall -- and judy bench for her role in sky. >> you've got to love judy dench. that brings the program to a) at thank you for watching -- that brings the program to a close. thank you for watching. >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york stowe vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. zte. and union bank. >> bringing you closer -- zte. >> at union bank our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic decisions. we offer expertise and tailored solutions in a wide range of industries. what can we do for you? >> "bbc world news" was
of greenwich. if i wanted to be involved, i had to get out of town and find another venue. [laughter] anyway, great to see you guys. >> thanks, joe. >> mom, i'll see you in a little bit. i told him i'd try to sneak over and see you guys. >> you look great. >> [inaudible conversations] i've got to show you, one of these days -- [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] [laughter] >> all right. i'll see you guys in a little bit. thank you. >> thank thank you so much. [laughter] >> we've got to go -- >> which way? >> i don't know. [laughter] >> yeah. i loved what you said to my mom. it was wonderful. my mom loved it. [inaudible conversations] anybody else want to be sworn in as a senator today? [laughter] [inaudible conversations] >> oh, okay. i'll sign those. all right. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that you bear true faith and allegiance to the same, that you take this obligation freely without any mental reserva
-it-yourself reading. not typical reading for greenwich village. >> nor while you're pregnant. >> no. neighbors and relatives knew them as being excited about having this child. >>> they're ordering more than 100 older boeing 737s to be checked for cracks and holes in the fuselage. most of those plains are flown by southwest airlines. cbs news travel editor peter greenberg is with us this morning. good morning. >> good morning, anthony. >> to start with what is the faa ordering and what's prompted them do this? >> let's go back in history. the first wakeup call was in 1988. the plane over ma wi where the roof was peeled back like a sardine can. they said we've got to look at the way these planes are made because they're high cycle plains. what i mean is they fly a lot with takeoffs and landings. a cycle is a takeoff and landing. every time you cycle a plane you're pressurizing it and depressurizing and that can be, if you're not careful, lead to cracks and faults in it. another made an emergency landing in 2009 in charleston when they lost part of their skin and in 2011 another made an emergenc
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